The City of St. Petersburg, Florida, will be the site of the Lauren’s kids “Walk in My Shoes” initiative in order to raise awareness surrounding child sexual abuse and build support for survivors.The City’s Mayor, Democrat Rick Kriseman, will most likely be in attendance, or at the very least, send a representative to this Thursday’s important event.
If Kriseman does not attend, it will be interesting to see if he sends his chief of staff Kevin King, who knows a thing or “two” about “child sexual abuse.”
Back in 2001, when he was a 22-year-old substitute teacher for the Pinellas County School, King was arrested for allegedly propositioning a teenage age girl for sex.
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Here is a Tampa Bay Times story about the incident:
During that time, King has been dogged by questions about his 2001 arrest stemming from accusations he propositioned a teenage girl to have sex.The 14-year-old’s mother found a sexual proposition in the girl’s email and went to police, a report said. Neither girl actually went with King.
Investigators accused him of sending messages to two female students, ages 14 and 15, trying to get them to skip school and drink beer with him. Police said King also asked the 14-year-old to perform a sex act on him.
He was charged with three felonies: one count of computer solicitation to commit a lewd and lascivious act, and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
He was released from the Pinellas County Jail after posting $5,500 bail. The school district fired him a day later.
King, who said that he never let the incident define him, must have reached a plea agreement, since he contends he was never convicted of anything, and the case has been expunged from the record.
Everyone makes mistakes, we can all understand.